Santa Barbara

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Willie Kendig's 1932 Ford Roadster of Yettem, California was built after Willie came out of the service in 1948. Paul Hoffmann of Santa Barbara owned the roadster for a while.
Mal Ryals' 1951 Chevrolet Roadster, of Santa Barbara, California was restyled of a burned out Business Coupe by Mal Ryals shop crew.
The 1st Customs by the Sea in Santa Barbara, California will be held March 9, 2019.

Hot Rods of Santa Barbara

Willie Kendig's 1932 Ford Roadster

Custom Cars of Santa Barbara, California

Paul Hoffmann's 1940 Mercury Coupe - Nachtfalter
Mal Ryals' 1951 Chevrolet Roadster

Custom Body Shops of Santa Barbara, California

Julio's Custom Body Shop

Traditional Hot Rod and Custom Car Shows of Santa Barbara, California

Customs by the Sea

Citizens of Santa Barbara, California

Mal Ryals
Paul Hoffmann

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